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(en) New issue of Direkt Aktion out now (sv)

From Mikael Altemark <altemark@home.se>
Date Tue, 8 Apr 2003 17:26:53 +0200 (CEST)


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In connection to the coming of spring and a new season of activism issue 34 of
Direkt Aktion has been released. The work has as usual been done on voluntary
basis we have many to thank for the existence of the paper. The biggest thanks
of course goes to our readers who show interest in a radical and freedom-seeking
voice in the otherwise so noisy media landscape. The paper also has a new
homepage (only in Swedish language unfortutanely) where one can read some chosen
articles from the latest (and also older) issues, order subscriptions etc.

But what about the content? This issue has an international theme, with four
main articles from completely different parts of the world. We also explain the
background around the unjust imperialist war against Iraq.

You can read about the struggle of anarchists and syndicalists in a
post-apartheid South Africa, which also is a post-betrayal-by-ANC South Africa.
The almost forgotten revolution in Portugal which threw the fascist dictatorship
overboard. In an interview prevously published in Barricada magazine, a Russian
ex-elite soldier, now come anarchist, tells us about the horrors of war, what he
experienced in Chechnya and the consequences it had on his life.

Direkt Aktion has also visited a Swedish prison and done an interview with one
of the many who were given absurd sentences after the EU summit in Gothenburg
summer 2001 and thus we get a picture of how life in imprisonment is and how
struggle is waged inside the walls. More on home ground is an article about the
struggle in Hagfors, were young syndicalists together with other youths took to
direct action to help an immigrant family from being expelled thanks to Swedish
"humanitarian" refugee policy.

More content is reports about class struggle from all over the world, questions
and answers on syndicalism, reviews, debate about pornography and humanism and
much else

/ Syndicalisth Youth Federation, International Committee

http://www.suf.cc
SUF:s Internationella Kommitté
c/o Uppsala LS, Studentstaden 17, 752 33 Uppsala
Phone: 018-69 46 89
E-mail: uppsala@suf.cc

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